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The Life of Public Sculpture in Göttingen

October 26, 2013


As part of the opening of the exhibition If Mind Were All There Was on Sunday October 26th in Kunstverein Göttingen we join in a tour around the Kunstverein. The tour represents a ‘random’ selection of public art works in the inner city, focusing on the sometimes troubled, sometimes joyful and often slightly anachronistic lives […]

Safari around Reichstag

September 12, 2011


So I decided the thing to do was to get on the bike, pick a general direction and stop each time you see a public art work, any public art work, to take a picture. Last friday the general direction was the Reichstag, once there I visited the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus where they had an exhibition of […]

Weird little sculpture route

September 8, 2011


Found a pretty weird sort of ‘track’ of sculptures a few days ago, it runs through some green patches between Slesischen Tor and Gröbenufer, right across the road and under the S-Bahn. As it turns out it was realised in 1987 and it’s called Menschenlandschaft Berlin, they put the sculptures there after a symposium for […]